Quixant comes to ICE 2017 with a growing gaming portfolio

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Quixant to go big at ICE.

[dropcap]Q[/dropcap]uixant will once again be exhibiting at ICE Totally Gaming where it will be using the world’s largest gaming event to display its full range of award winning gaming platforms and monitor solutions. The products being shown on Quixant’s redesigned stand (N1-520) include the 4K HD-enabled ultra-high-end QMax-1, operating in harmony with the new AMD RadeonTM E9260 “Coruja” discrete graphic card option.

The E9260 supports up to 8GB of GDDR5 video memory, and is the second product announcement in Quixant’s new QGCM series, which will allow users to select the perfect graphics card for their game application – whilst also providing opportunities for straightforward upgrading.

Making its debut at ICE 2017 will be the QXi-400 platform, which, according to the company, “…combines cost-effectiveness with powerful, new-generation AMD processing technology, in an attractive package for advanced two-screen applications.” The QXi-400 utilises the latest AMD chipset to work with Linux and Windows 7, without the need to upgrade to Windows 10.

ICE Totally Gaming has unquestionably become the premier global event for the gaming sector.

In addition, the middle range all-in-one, QXi-6000 will be on show. With support for up to three independent HD monitors, including 4K compatibility, the QXi-6000 utilises a high-specification AMD Embedded R- Series “Merlin Falcon” SoC housed in a fully fan-less enclosure. All of Quixant’s other platform solutions, such as the entry-level QXi-307, the versatile QXi-300, and multiplayer-supporting QX-50, will also be available for demonstration.

Quixant will be showcasing their extensive range of gaming monitors and cut-glass button decks in London. Specifically designed to meet the stringent requirements of the gaming industry, high-quality grade panels, wide viewing angles, LED backlighting, and advanced touchscreen technologies including PCAP, SCAP, SAW and IR, are available.

Previewing the Quixant presence at ICE, Sales Director, John Malin, said: “Over the last few years, ICE Totally Gaming has unquestionably become the premier global event for the gaming sector. As such, it is a hugely important event for Quixant, both in terms of introducing our new technologies to the industry, and meeting with both existing and potential customers.”


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